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One of the most insidious evils that has been perpetrated on our society is the disconnect from the Founding Fathers and their faith in the Gospel of Jesus Christ. For the next few news articles I will attempt to highlight one of the Founding Fathers and their Faith.

Charles Carroll (1737-1832) was a Founding Father from Maryland. He was: a member of the Committee of Correspondence (1774); member of the State Council of Safety (1775); helped draft the Maryland Constitution (1776); member of the Continental Congress (1776-78) where he signed the Declaration of Independence (1776); selected as a delegate to the Constitutional Convention (1787) but did not attend; and a U. S. Senator (1789-92) where he helped frame the Bill of Rights. At his death, he was the longest lived and last surviving signer of the Declaration and was considered the wealthiest citizen in America; he was the only Roman Catholic signer of the Declaration.

Nearing the end of his life, Charles Carroll expressed his strong faith in the redeeming power of Christ in this letter to his friend and acquaintance Dr. Charles Wharton (an Episcopal clergyman):

This is the text of Charles Carroll's letter:

Doughoragen 27th September 1825

Dear Sir

I received this day yr. [your] letter of the 24th instant, affectionate & replete with just & pious sentiments. On the 20th of this month I entered into my eighty-ninth year: This in any country would be deemed a long life, yet as you observe if it had not been directed to the only end, for which man was created, it is a near nothing an empty phantom, a indivisible point compared with eternity.

Too much of my time & attention have been misapplied on matters to which an impartial Judge, penetrating the secrets of hearts, before whom I shall soon appear, will ascribe merit deserving recompense. On the mercy of my redeemer I rely for salvation and on his merits; not on the works I have done in obedience to his precepts, for even these, I fear, a fallacy a mixture will render unavailing, and cause to be rejected. Mrs. Harper and the rest of my family present their respects to you. I remain with sincere regard and wishes equally sincere for your health and happiness here & hereafter.


Let's seek the Truth out there!

Timothy J. Kilkenny
Founder & CEO

wikiWhat No wikiHow!

When most people hear "wiki," the first thing that comes to mind is probably Wikipedia. But that's about to change. WikiHow is "a collaboration to build and share the world's largest, highest quality how-to manual." Every month, millions of people turn to the multilingual site to learn how to do something new, and it relies on the knowledge, creativity and contributions of people around the globe to make it a unique and useful tool.

Its range of article categories is vast and includes everything from arts & entertainment, health, and relationships, to cars, hobbies, sports, computers and more. From how to survive a wildfire while trapped in a vehicle to how to knit a cover for your iPod, wikiHow has tons of helpful guides covering just about every topic. And the fact that it's a wiki means you can add your own expertise. You think you're a pro at tomato sauce stain removal? Go for it. The world will appreciate your know-how.

Check it out at http://www.wikihow.com

Happy Surfing From Your Friends at FullNet!

Roger Baresel

SPAM .... it's not just for breakfast anymore!

We've all become familiar with the term spam. It's become so commonplace that even people who never use computers are familiar with the term spam. That single word has become part of our every day vocabulary that we use in personal conversations. How it went from being a canned meat product to a reference to unwanted e-mail has a couple of interesting stories behind it but the bottom line is that you will be exposed to spam - whether in e-mail or in conversation.

FullNet provides you with spam and virus protection as part of your service. You don't have to do anything .... it is already there. If you would like to see how this works or get an idea of what is indeed being filtered go to our home page http://www.fullnet.net and click the "FullFilter" button across the top of the page. You may also access this directly by typing in http://fullfilter.fullnet.net into the address bar of your browser.

Here you will type in your e-mail address and password and be able to see and change your settings and even look into those items that have been intercepted for whatever reason.

We share this with you because we find that many people may not know some of the services that are already included with your account and because of a recent barrage of new and creative junk mail that have hit the net.

It is important that you know you are protected but that no amount of protection can keep everything out any more than vaccinations will guarantee you never get sick. There is no substitute for caution and prudence.

Be aware that these unwanted e-mails can still sneak through any filter. Each day filters are updated and evolve to look for things that might appear suspicious. And everyday the spammers see what the filters are doing and adjust accordingly.

Just remember to never click on a link in an e-mail that you are not sure is safe. If you have a Facebook account or an eBay account or anything and receive an e-mail appearing to be from them ... go directly to the page without using the link provided. Remember to be leery of any file or attachment that has to be downloaded. And above all else remember...if you are asking or wondering if you should be suspicious - err on the side of caution. Call us, we are here for you.

Let's be safe out there!

John Secondi
FullNet Customer Service Manager

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